Kate Obst, Clemence Due, & Melissa Oxlad

Kate Obst is a combined PhD/Master of Health Psychology Candidate at the University of Adelaide. Her research is investigating the psychological impact of pregnancy loss and neonatal loss among under-researched populations, with a specific focus on men’s grief and subsequent support needs.
Twitter:@KateObst

Clemence Due is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Her recent research in relation to pregnancy and neonatal loss has focused on under-researched groups of people including men, grandparents and people with refugee backgrounds.
Twitter:@DrClemmiDue

Melissa Oxlad is a Clinical/Health Psychologist and Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Her research interests involve the contributions psychology can make to reproductive health, including how people cope with losses in pregnancy.

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